What does Meagre fish taste like?
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Thereof, what type of fish is Meagre?
Argyrosomus regius (also known as meagre, croaker, jewfish, shade-fish, sowa, kir, corvina, salmon-bass or stone bass) is a fish of the family Sciaenidae. It is similar in form to a European seabass, with a pearly-silver coloration and a yellow-coloured mouth.
Beside above, what is Meagre fillet? Meagre. You might not be too familiar with this fish, but once you get a hold of its succulent white fillets, you'll be a convert for sure. It's a large fish that's similar in look and texture to wild sea bass, and like with the aforementioned bass, you get very little fat on these beauties.
Furthermore, is Corvina good to eat?
Corvina has a mild, sweet taste with firm, large flaked flesh which is pinkish when raw but cooks up white. The flesh resembles Snapper. In South America Corvina is regarded as a prime table fish and is very popular for ceviche.
What fish do they eat in Greece?
Good choices as anchovies, sardines, mackerel, bogue (type of sea bream), and pike. These fish may be considered common but they are not so expensive, plus they will be fresh and Greek, and most importantly, the are richer in the good fatty acids.